By Eugenia Price
A unbroken mixture of prepared mind's eye, meticulous examine, and narrative artistry chronicling the richness and turbulence of lifestyles on Georgia's St. Simons Island on the finish of the warfare of 1812. The first quantity of The Georgia Trilogy, it is a attractive saga of friendship, loyalty, and love.
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